One day parking and free parking
One day parking is available to passengers with a single ticket who only need to park occasionally. Here you will find prices and information about one day parking and free parking.
Payment and prices
Payment is made via a ticket machine. Payment apps such as Apcoa parking app (opens in a new tab) or the Easypark app (opens in a new tab) can be used at some stations. Check the signs at the relevant station.
Where commuter parking is provided, Bane NOR also provides several parking spaces for one-day parking at most stations.
To park on Bane NOR’s one-day car parks, there is a charge per day/night.
The day/night price is the same regardless of whether you park for 1 or 24 hours, and is shown on the ticket machine. The price at most stations is NOK 40 per day/night. Other prices apply at some stations, for example, NOK 60 per day/night at stations in Oslo. For more details, check the ticket machine and signs at the car park.
Many stations charge for one-day parking 24/7. In other words, payment is required on one-day car parks whether your car is there for 24 hours, a whole week, including weekends. At other stations, one-day parking is free after 17:00 and at weekends. Check the rules at your station.
Check the station you are leaving from to see if there is free parking there.
Search for your station and find information on everything from parking to offers and facilities.
Download Bane NOR-apps and keep yourself updated.
Questions and answers about one-day parking
We offer one-day parking at most of the stations where we offer commuter parking for passengers with a single ticket. Simply buy a ticket from the ticket machine on the car park, or use the "Easypark" app and park where indicated.
At Kolbotn, Ski, Asker, Levanger and Steinkjer stations, we refer passengers to other municipal or private car parks or covered parking nearby.
Exception: The Europark app must be used for one-day parking at Hell, Vikhammer and Heimdal stations.
The day/night price is the same regardless of whether you park for 1 or 24 hours. The price at most stations is NOK 40 per day/night. Other prices apply at some stations, for example NOK 60 in Oslo. For more details, check the signs on the car park ticket machines and signs on the car park where you are going to park.
One-day parking is priced 24/7. In other words, payment is required on one-day car parks whether your car is there for 24 hours, a whole week or a weekend.
At many stations there is a limit on how long you can park on one-day car parks. Check what applies at the station where you park. Maximum parking time is indicated on signs on the car park.
One-day tickets can be bought from the ticket machine or using the "Easypark" app. (opens in a new tab)
Questions and answers about parking in general
We have parking spaces for the disabled at most stations. You can find more details at each station.
Disabled guests can park for free on spaces marked ‘Disabled’ if displaying their disabled sign.
The price is NOK 50 per month Naturally, there is a difference in price between bike and car parking.
No, you need a Commuter Parking Pass to park an electric car on Bane NOR’s commuter car parks, or buy a one-day ticket as normal.
Any profit made will be used to further develop the Norwegian railways and improve amenities for train passengers.
You can find details of our car parks, which operators run them and find sign location plans at the Norwegian Public Roads Administration’s parking register (opens in a new tab) (pages only in Norwegian).
The car park attendants scan registration plates when checking car parks. The system checks that there is a valid parking pass linked to the registration number.
Contact the car park operator concerned. Contact details will be on the fine notice.